With the advancement of artificial intelligence, machines are being entrusted to take on more and more tasks. Especially in automotive and industrial applications, sensors monitor the environment, and algorithms draw conclusions based on the compiled sensor data. These systems need to not only work correctly to ensure safety, but also need to make the right decisions—every time, all the time. Modern NOR...
Sitting at a table with developers feels like a thing of the past. Design-in support is another thing that the coronavirus pandemic has largely relocated into the digital realm. What can still be achieved with it? And what form will it take in the post-corona era? Carsten Steiner, Director FAE/BDM Global at Rutronik, provides the answers.
Application notes, user guides, development kits and evaluation boards aim to help developers achieve results with even shorter times-to-market to meet requirements that are ever more stringent. To satisfy these demands, there are a few aspects that need to be considered from the outset.
When C.B. Mirick had his invention patented as a control system for unmanned aircraft in 1926, he could not have foreseen how it would later be used in numerous fields and applications. Several construction designs are available to choose from when it comes to developing a joystick. An overview.
Displays are being found in more and more devices – even the refrigerator, in smartwatches, and in the automobile. Users expect crystal-clear playback with zero judder – on any medium. Bridge ICs are used to make this possible, even with different standards.